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I deleted windows partition using boot camp manager and did a fresh install of snow leopard, by the time I had realized what I had done I was already logged into SL. there was some very important files on the boot camp partition that was deleted and I have absolutely no idea how to get them back and am stressing over them.

How would I get these files back?

help would be greatly appreciated.

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AFAIK, you can get them back only if you backed them up. Sorry.
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Hate to say it but you are SOL with that. You are going to have to pay a lot of money to try and retrieve that data back. Might not even be possible. >_<"

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